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Volume :7 Issue : 26 1987      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Generative Characterization of Functionally Misarticulated Speech (in Arabic)

Auther : Fares Mitleb

Recently, there has been considerable interest in bringing aspects of phonological theory and description to bear in the analysis and remediation of functional misarticulations in young children. Much of the work in the phonological components of functional misarticulation has been conducted within a natural phonology framework. This approach establishes a correspondence between the child’s speech and the adult’s speech, considering any discrepancy a process. The purpose of this paper is to put forward a generative phonological account of children’s functional misarticulations. Samples of spontaneous speech taken over five sessions in a six week period provided data for the phonological analysis. These points constitute a characterization of functionally misarticulated speech. These points, then are discussed in relation to the claims they generate about knowledge, learning and remediation.

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